All the attributes that are required for a leader exist in each one of us. The winners and successful leaders make better use of these attributes, constantly refining, updating and revising them on a regular basis. They also look inwards and are ruthlessly honest with themselves.
W.V. Raman, the current Head Coach of the Indian Women’s team, in his debut book, The Winning Sixer, shows the way to unleash the potential that one has as a leader. Taking examples from his own cricketing journey and his interactions with other sports personalities over the years, the author brings about an out-of-the-box thinking on leaders and leadership.
The Winning Sixer
R V. Raman
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RV Raman is the critically-acclaimed author of Fraudster, Insider and Saboteur, and was the head of KPMG's Consulting Practice and the co-head of their Risk Advisory Services. He was also a partner with A.T. Kearney and Arthur Andersen. He currently teaches business strategy at IIM Trichy, mentors young entrepreneurs and advises select clients. He lives in Chennai.